Anybody remember Bard's Tale ? I played it on my brand new Amiga 500 in December 1987 :laugh: Although it was released on the C64 1-2 years before...
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09-09-2007, 22:44 #5761
09-09-2007, 22:45 #5762
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I have a game by that name for my PS2. I never did play it much.
09-09-2007, 22:54 #5763
EDIT: Ooops. Did I say hacking and cracking there. Of course I have never participated in such activities. I was tired and can't be blamed for what I wrote. And anyways - it wasn't me; and if it was, then someone called Jesper forced me to do it.
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10-09-2007, 07:39 #5764
10-09-2007, 09:27 #5765
This brings back some memories of my first comp - Amiga 600, 7mhz I think :shocked:
I remember playing a game called Super Frog, it was on 4 floppys, and everytime I got to the final boss, some kind of witch, the last floppy wouldn't work :(
10-09-2007, 15:35 #5766
all this makes me wonder what the average age is of this forums members...
my first games were dune 2 and castle wolfenstein, but that was at a friends place..
the first games for pc ive actually bought were dungeon keeper and -oh yeaaahhh- diablo 1 (for my first pc, a p1 133mhz, 128mb ram -which was huge- and 1mb graph mem)and i still regularly install both of them
anyone may disagree all they like, but i for one prefer oldies -well... games from between 1995-2002. at least most games then concentrated on what makes a great game actually great, and not just graphics n all the mumbojumbo.
im sure lots of people agree with me if i say a lot of contemporary games are too hard focused on graphics alone and can be finished in less than 20 hours
haaah, in about 40-50 years -if there will be such a thing for us- i can imagine myself nagging to anyone (not) wanting to hear it how much things were better 'in the good ole days'
10-09-2007, 17:35 #5767
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The first computer game I ever played was called The Oregon Trail. It was on one of those huge floppy disks - not the 3.5" ones we have now. I think that was in second or third grade. We also had a leap frog type game where you make this frog jump from one log to another trying to get across the river to the other side - it may have had something to do with math.
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